The Problem with "Trapdooring" Candidates During On Site Interviews

One great fear among the multiplicitious and ever present recruiting nightmares is the "trapdoored" candidate. Your hiring manager brings a candidate on site only for the team to want to eject them before they've met the full interviewing panel. A couple early "Definite No" scorecards can tempt both recruiters and hiring managers to pull the rip cord and send someone home early, but as I'm sure you'll come to agree, trapdooring candidates represents a failure on the company's part, in addition to presenting the interviewee with a reprehensible candidate experience. Here's why your organization should stop trapdooring, and how you can go about eliminating it.